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1900 Diesinger child’s figural clown stein with set on lid. The stein is a rare find, the lid an even rarer one. Zum Wohllein Dem Liebenkinde translates to something like Cheers to the Dear Child. With the lid 4. Inches tall, without 2 5/8 inches tall. Small chip on the base. Some nicks on the bottom of the hat lid. Please see photos for condition. Guaranteed old and original.
RARE Antique METTLACH GERMAN BEER STEIN GESCHUTZT GNOME DRINKING BEER.
Sea Turtle Character stein – 5th in the series. This 10 1/2 tall stein features a pirate turtle complete with an earring, patch and a skull and crossbones hat. He is seen opening his recently excavated treasure chest of teasures, which include, of course, bottles of Corona beer. He is seen hoisting a bottle of Corona beer in his right arm. The handle is in the shape of a broken mast from a mysterious vessel named Santa…. Gold leaf accents are on the coins. Limited edition of 5,000. Produced by Albert Stahl & Co and marketed through Tradex.
Lidded Pewter Iron Cross German Beer Stein. Stamped on bottom – King 3. Stamped on bottom – Handmade Original King – Made in Germany. Stamped on bottom – 455 025.
A RARE FIND German Lithophane regimental beer stein Rgt 88 CIRCA 1905. A very unique German regimental military tribute stein with a pewter lid. Wonderful soldier figurine at the lid’s finial and an eagle as well. Fine porcelain body with lithophane bottom depicting a family scene, possibly before a battle farewell, a woman and the man is in uniform. An array of colorful hand-tinted transfer scenes are featuring the regiment’s glory. Gothic text in German gives additional details, as well as lists the names of the soldiers. 12.5″ tall 5″ wide with handle, weighs about 2 lbs. Please see all the pictures for details and let us know if you have any questions. On January 18, 1871, Wilhelm I, King of Prussia, became the first Kaiser (Emperor) of Germany. Ten days later France signed an armistice and the Franco-Prussian War came to an end. On April 16th of the same year, a constitutional law was passed making every German male liable for military service, the only exceptions being: (1) members of ruling houses; (2) criminals; and (3) those deprived of their civil rights by courts of law. The five branches of the army were the infantry, cavalry, artillery, pioneer (engineer), and the military train. There were also technical service units such as Eisenbahn (railway), Telegraphen (telegraph), and Luftschiffer (airship). Volunteers for all units provided men for the Schutztruppen (colonial troops). The navy was a separate department, responsible only to the Kaiser. Reservists reported to their units in early October and the training was provided by the unit, as opposed to the American concept of using basic training centers. This system of reporting as a class and leaving with the same group lent itself to the concept of purchasing active duty remembrances, much as an American boy or girl would obtain a high school or college ring. The list of souvenirs was long and varied, including, but not limited to, steins, pipes, flasks, glasses, individual and group photos, certificates, demitasse cups and saucers, clocks, swords, bayonets, paperweights, and many others. The period of popularity extended from the mid-1890s until the onset of World War I. Almost all early examples came from Bavarian units. Steins with wartime dates also exist but the demands of the war in terms of men and material effectively ended the manufacture of regimental steins as we know them. Regimental steins of German manufacture also exist from units of the armies of France, Austria, Italy, and Hungary.
Vintage Octoberfest Celebratory Style Authentic German Beer Stein Featuring Cobalt Blue Design With Pewter Lid 10. Item is in excellent Condition. This is a Rare Stein.
Vintage Rare German Beer Stein W/ Gnomes on Lid. This stein is in good condition. The lid is slightly loose but it does still open and close. There is a small chip on the rim of the lid. There also appears to be a crack close to where the handle attaches to the stein but I ran my fingers over it and it is smooth so I don’t think there is any danger of it breaking. Someone has written in pencilon the bottom of the stein. It measures approximately 9 3/4 inches tall. Please view all photos as they are part of the description. Thanks for looking &####128522.
Vintage German Stein Beer Mug Bierbarometer. 5,5 inches Tall. Pre-owned in excellent condition! ITEM EXACTLY AS SHOWN IN THE PICTURES. PLEASE SEE ALL PICTURES FOR FULL ITEM CONDITION AND DETAILS. We automatically combine multiple orders placed on the same day. Prior to listing, our expert team carefully assessed this item to represent it accurately. Please review the description and high-definition images prior to purchasing to ensure this item meets your satisfaction. LUCA TRUST DEALS carefully assesses each item consigned to us to prevent fraudulent items from entering the marketplace. Items we determine are outside our supported items policy may be removed. LUCA TRUST DEALS – 2021. THE BEST ONLINE SHOPPING EXPERIENCE!
Gerz German Lidded Beer Stein Retired Handled Hunt Rare Vintage. No chips, cracks or breaks Excellent condition.